Common names least snout-bean, burn-mouth-vine, and jumby-bean
The leaves are shed in winter but again during the spring they come up. It grows vigorously and is a good fodder. It can be sown in mixed pasture, but yield of fodder per hectare will not be very encouraging. It is a productive fodder.
Palatability of R. minima appears to vary widely from place to place. It is probable that it varies with the wide range of different ecotypes that exist. It contains crude protein 15%, crude fibre 45.9% and
60% digestibility of dry matter. There are no known toxicities.